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Who Wants to be a Bulanaire? Tourism Fiji creates its own virtual game show, and you’re invited!

Sponsored by Tourism Fiji

With almost 40 per cent of Fiji’s GDP being attributed to tourism, it’s not surprising that the Pacific Island destination has suffered since COVID-19 arrived.

However, with so many of you in the travel industry reaching out to ask how to help Fijians in need, Tourism Fiji has decided that a ‘FUNdraiser’ would be the best way to give a little bit back to the destination, while still having the chance to win a slice of paradise for when the time comes and borders reopen.

Hosted by Applause Entertainment, Tourism Fiji will be bringing the Who Wants to be a Bulanaire? game show for you to test your world knowledge, with all proceeds going to Rotary Fiji to help supply food and essentials to those who are struggling.

Donations will be made in the name of ‘The Australian Travel Industry’, and there is a stack of prizes to be won, including holidays, flights, cruises, famil spots and other Fijian goodies!

The hour-long virtual game show will kick off at 5pm (AEST) on Wednesday 25 August 2021, with the first, second and third-placed prize winners to be announced at the end.

There will also be 10 random prize draws, with the winners of these announced the following day via email.

Keen to play for some amazing prizes AND make a difference? Secure your spot now HERE!


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